If you are intending to simply watch this content (and not download it), it is also available on YouTube. Otherwise be sure to select an edited copy from IA's player... something with "v19" in the title would indicate that it is not just raw footage you are watching.
Recorded from 3 different perspectives, the camera using wireless mic produced a single 13 GB AVCHD file.
Internet Archive does not like AVCHD, nor does it like 13 GB files. This is what I find when trying to upload it anyway. A few times the upload was 75% complete, but it would always fail. Oh the wasted bandwidth.
So the good-audio SONY HDR-SR1 AVCHD footage has been transcoded (by me, before uploading) to 2 GB of 640x360 MPEG-4. Combine that with all of the MPEG-2 SONY HDR-HC1 clips and you've got decent multi-angle coverage. The Aip files are from an Aiptek camera positioned behind Stallman. That is, if you need to recycle this footage.
However, Stallman was also particular about which license this footage was released under. So if you'd like to recycle pieces of this footage in your own project, he'd also like you to contact him and ask for permission. He's worried snippets will be taken out of context.
January 22, 2010 Subject:
I have already seen the lecture and I downloaded it from youtube in mp4 format. I was just searching for a transcript or subtitle file in English and I reached here. The lecture impressed me a lot. As a user of Free Open Source Software, I was excited to here the speech. The history of copyright law and its implementations gave a clear light in that area. If you include a transcript or a subtitle file along with this video it would be really great. Thanks alot in advance.